Black Gospel Music Restoration Project

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People who know Baylor University tenured professor Robert Darden say he’s almost too good to be true. Darden — who will soon have a speaking event in Allen — seems to embody the mythical teacher who.

Black gospel music has proved to be one of America’s most phenomenal musical genres. Robert Darden will discuss the Black Gospel Restoration Project, followed by a performance from the New Jerusalem Baptist Choir, at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, September 23, at the Allen Public Library.

So far, the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project has digitally preserved some 750 songs with photos, liner notes, and record jackets. But there’s still a long way to go. “I will die before we finish.

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Darden founded Baylor’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project more than a decade ago. The project is the world’s largest initiative to identify, acquire, preserve, digitize and catalog recordings from the black gospel music tradition.

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This is the home of the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project, which Darden started in 2007. In many ways, Baylor is a fitting host for the archive. Though you’d be unlikely to find a blues or rap re.

Darden founded the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project at Baylor, which is making digital copies of all gospel and spiritual songs that can be found from the 1940s to 1970s.

To celebrate African American Music Appreciation Month, Darden, who heads Baylor’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project (BGMRP), has compiled the “Heaven 11” – a list of the 11 most influential blac.

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Oct 09, 2012  · In this clip from the documentary, A Life’s Work, Robert Darden of the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project discusses a setback in the project.

Baylor University professor Robert Darden is head of the school’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project. Courtesy of Baylor University/Robert Rogers An 1893 recording of the song, “Mama’s Black Baby.

Gospel music curators seek more info about the Mighty Wonders. That’s what Robert Darden, founder of the Baylor University Black Gospel Restoration Project, heard on the phone one day a few years a.

Feb 24, 2019  · Black Gospel Music Moments Author and Baylor University professor Robert Darden tells stories – and plays recordings – from the Baylor University Libraries’ Black Gospel Music Restoration Project.

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Black Gospel Music Moments, a series of two-minute radio segments heard on NPR affiliates throughout the country. “This award is a major acknowledgement of the importance of the digital components of the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project,” said Eric Ames, outreach liaison for the project at Baylor.

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Baylor’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project to be a Highlight in the Sept. 24 Opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History in D.C.

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Baylor University professor Robert Darden is head of the school’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project. Courtesy of Baylor University/Robert Rogers An 1893 recording of the song, “Mama’s Black Baby.

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Black Gospel Music Restoration Project ATTN: Libby Shockley Baylor University Libraries 1312 S 3rd Street Waco, TX 76706; The collector MUST read and sign the Loan Conditions Form or the Donation Form, and include the appropriate form in the shipment, and seal the shipping box.

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